public interface DynEnumOperations extends DynAnyOperations
DynEnum objects support the manipulation of IDL enumerated values. The current position of a DynEnum is always -1.
Returns the value of the DynEnum as an IDL identifier.
void set_as_string(String value) throws InvalidValue
Sets the value of the DynEnum to the enumerated value whose IDL identifier is passed in the value parameter.
InvalidValue- If value contains a string that is not a valid IDL identifier for the corresponding enumerated type
Returns the value of the DynEnum as the enumerated value's ordinal value. Enumerators have ordinal values 0 to n-1, as they appear from left to right in the corresponding IDL definition.
void set_as_ulong(int value) throws InvalidValue
Sets the value of the DynEnum as the enumerated value's ordinal value.
InvalidValue- If value contains a value that is outside the range of ordinal values for the corresponding enumerated type
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